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Mandeville

(man`də vil), town (1991 pop. 39,945), C Jamaica, at an altitude of c.2,000 ft (610 m). Mandeville is an inland resort town known for its cool climate and quiet, English character.

Mandeville

supposed author of an exaggerated travelogue. [Br. Lit.: Voyage of Sir John Mandeville, Harvey, 511]

Mandeville

1. Bernard de. ?1670--1733, English author, born in Holland, noted for his satire The Fable of the Bees (1723)
2. Sir John. 14th century, English author of The Travels of Sir John Mandeville. The book claims to be an account of the author's journeys in the East but is largely a compilation from other works
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As time progressed other hospitals in the UK were practicing some of Ludwig's methods and in July 1948 a Sports Festival was held with participants from different locations heading to Stoke Mandeville.
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The open date and status above indicate when Mandeville Primary School opened or when it changed to its most recent incarnation, with a number of schools converting to academies in recent years.
In 1984 (Stoke Mandeville and New York) Yvonne also won silver for Mixed Pairs Paraplegic and Women's Pairs Paraplegic, as well as a gold for Women's Singles Paraplegic.
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They came back again in the December of the same year and played at the Stoke Mandeville Stadium in 1982.
However, no-one has mentioned his greatest money raising event, in 1982, when he decided racing should make a contribution to the Stoke Mandeville Hospital Appeal as, sadly, racing occasionally needed the hospital.
Sandra is survived by her husband, Andy Taylor, Moweaqua; children: Amanda (Chris) Goodrich, Louisiana; Heather Mandeville (David Jones), Louisville, KY; Charles Taylor, Moweaqua; grandchildren: Paige Goodrich, Mason Goodrich, Zaylon Mandeville & Cayli Wood; and brother, Mike (Dot) Bowers, Taylorville.
"I think the power of Mandeville is inferior to nothing you have done," wrote Percy Shelley in a December 7, 1817 letter to Godwin, describing the novel further as "tumult hurried onward by the tempest" (469).
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The physician and philosopher Bernard Mandeville (1660-1733) was undoubtedly one of the most controversial writers of the eighteenth century.
Michael Salmon, 80, was a consultant at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.